The red carpet is ready! Come join our lineup of stars as they give short, TED Talk-style presentations, awarding some truly innovative companies that have learned the secrets of success and achieved great things.
Eclipse day two kicks off with CEO Dayne Williams and special guests, who will give you a sneak peek at some of the innovations we have in the works. Hear firsthand how our customers are using technology to make a big impact on their businesses and the lives of their employees.
As a young girl, Victoria Arlen came down with two rare neurological disorders which put her in a vegetative state for four years. She was locked within herself, unable to communicate with those around her. When she finally emerged from the coma, she was paralyzed from the waist down because of damage to her spine. However, Victoria didn’t lose her strength or steadfast determination, and went on to win a gold medal for swimming at the London 2012 Paralympics. Then, after years of therapy, she regained the ability to walk and realized her dream of becoming one of the youngest on-air hosts ever hired by ESPN. In her keynote, Victoria shares her own story and how to confront any challenge life delivers. She speaks about the perspective we give to the obstacles in our lives, how to change it, and how to push off of those roadblocks to achieve greater heights.
The changing consumer experience has driven a lot of the change in the health care and benefits world thus far. From the online shopping experience to 24/7 customer support to the ability to access your benefits on any device, many developments in benefits technology were standards first in the regular consumer world. As the industry becomes even more crowded with stakeholders offering the latest in customer experience, where is this experience headed next? In this general session, you’ll explore how companies are leveraging data and how the latest innovations are changing our lives as we interact with insurance companies down the road.
The benefits advisor industry is typically stereotyped as being “old school”, but businesses should be careful to avoid using that as an excuse for falling behind the competition. Bring your business and your clients into the future with this personalized, interactive workshop. You’ll learn how to improve productivity, craft a unique message that stands out from the competition, and how to market that message and take it to a larger scale.
Employers are more dedicated than ever to providing comprehensive health and financial wellness programs to their employees. However, engagement remains a persistent challenge. This session will help employers understand how to align wellness programs with diversity and inclusion initiatives and effectively address barriers to wellness program engagement.
In this interactive deep dive workshop, PlanSource experts will go over techniques, tricks and best practices within the PlanSource system. You’ll see firsthand demos and get personalized input on how to optimize your benefits technology investment, directly from the system experts.
Leading benefits advisors have joined forces on the Eclipse stage to look into the crystal ball and describe what the future holds for benefits programs, HR strategy and technology. Our panelists will draw on years of experience to provide attendees with concrete ways to prepare their organizations for a not-so-distant future in which artificial intelligence, machine learning and bots have drastically altered the HR landscape.
What are the steps to a successful benefits program? It’s not as simple as following instructions in a manual, but learning how others have overcome benefits and HR challenges can be one of the best ways to find your own path. We’ve gathered a panel of HR veterans who have seen it all and have great insight to share about how to take your benefits program to the next level.
It’s easy to get overwhelmed by the long-term goals like “improving employee engagement” or “cutting benefits costs”. In this session, we’ll break down the big picture into smaller, easier steps that you can take right away to get you that much closer to your benefits and HR goals.
We are moving to a world that will be controlled by what we carry around in the palm of our hand. Decisions will be made about you based on an experience that occurs in the digital world, an interaction with your online brand before personal contact is even made. Whether it’s a consumer making buying decisions about a product or service or potential new talent looking for a job – brand will be everything. Join this session to discuss the implications of the digital transformation and how to use your brand to “future-proof” your business.
Ready to get SaaSy? Join us for the only talk show at Eclipse devoted to cloud computing and Software as a Service issues. Featuring celebrity guests from across the industry, the show gives a behind-the-scenes, practical look at how to breathe new life into benefits.
Experience Spanish culture, food and flair at the historic Mission San Juan Capistrano. Founded in 1775, The Historic Mission San Juan Capistrano is an idyllic setting of lush gardens, beautiful fountains, museum rooms, original adobe buildings and the famous Great Stone Church.
While two-thirds of American households are dual-income, the workplace is still designed for a single breadwinner family. This mismatch has wreaked serious consequences on the talent pool and employee satisfaction. Employers are waking up to the demands of this new modern family and stepping up with child care benefits at an unprecedented rate.
Benefits administration plays a big role in purchasing for large, complex groups such as multiple employer welfare arrangements, associations, consortiums and alliances. These groups typically join forces to gain efficiencies and advantages in their medical spend. However, the complexity of these arrangements and legislation governing them makes it a complicated matter. Join us to hear how to cut through the complexities and build association benefits programs that are beneficial for members and reduce costs.
A whopping 87% of employees say they consider health and wellness when choosing an employer. Your current and future team members care about the wellness opportunities you offer, and your bottom line should, too. Companies with a highly engaged workforce are 21% more profitable (Gallup), and for every dollar invested in wellbeing, companies are seeing $3.27 in savings (Sprout). But, if you’re looking to build or grow a health and wellness program, it can be overwhelming to know where to start. Join Dr. Stacy Cutrono, Ultimate Software’s Wellness Coach and the driver of Ultimate’s award-winning culture and diversity and inclusion programs, as she gives you actionable advice on how to build an effective and holistic wellness program that fosters employee belonging, engagement, and loyalty.